Please open a ticket with support.
You will need provide them with
1. UDR and vis files (preferable before and after the upgrade)
2. agent logs (via bgsagent_logs)
You should also check to see if any CHF for 10.7.01 were reverted after your install.
I think the question here is rather: "is it possible to batch change the type, without direct injection into the database?"
I am also interested in this question.
The concern is that you can change it, however when you vis ETL new data it will fall back to the improper value.
and by what principle does the agent determine the type of system? what gives him reason to consider an object, for example, a database server or virtualization host? because if we are talking about agents, in the gateway extractor the type of recoverable systems is not indicated
Yes, collector collects the system data, agent writes it UDR, and then vis file generated on the GWS.
rephrase. How exactly does the agent determine the type of system? in this post, the agent determined incorrectly. Does the agent check installed packages? Does the agent check for specific kernel modules? in other words, what is decisive for the agent in determining the type of system?
The key here is once the agent determines the version incorrectly (several factors at play depending on OS/virtualization platform), it will continue to determine it incorreclty.
It seems that in your case, it was determined properly in the past (most likely since the agent was patched to detect it properlty), and the new install undid the change.
I suggest opening a case so all this information can be analyze by support.